HUMA214W: World Religions

Lecture Hours 3 Lab Hours 0 Credits 3
World Religions is an introduction to the history and worldviews of the major world religions. It takes a comparative approach to present common elements of all religious traditions: rituals, symbols, founding narratives, the spiritual experience, the nature of the divine, the place of humans in the world, and the meaning of life after death. The course also examines the ideological implications of these various religions within a global context.